Susan Adrian writes books for teens, kids, and people in general. Welcome to her lair.
Introducing...the gorgeous cover of NUTCRACKED, by illustrator Stevie Lewis!
NUTCRACKED, out September 26th from Random House, is the story of 12-year-old Georgie, who has always dreamed of being Clara in The Nutcracker ballet...but when it finally happens, it's not at all what she imagined. Every time Georgie dances with the Nutcracker doll, she enters a world where everything around her is larger than life—the old wooden furniture, the Christmas tree, and even the Mouse King. But the Nutcracker’s world is in danger, and he wants her help. Then his magic seeps into the real world, putting Georgie and her friends in danger.
Everything is falling apart, and it’s almost Christmas! Georgie has to save her friends, the Nutcracker, and still manage to pull off her Clara dream.
The sequel to TUNNEL VISION is out NOW!
Continuing the critically acclaimed story of TUNNEL VISION...
Jake thinks he has only one more step and he’ll be free: he has to get the serum to stop his power, tunneling--the ability to find people and what they're seeing through objects. But he discovers his contact has been killed, and there's no sign of the serum. Then Jake’s mom and little sister Myka are kidnapped, right under his nose. With the government, his power-mad father, and the terrifying Mr. Smith all after him while he still has his power, he doesn’t have anywhere to turn.
What will Jake do to get his mom and little sister back?
TUNNEL VISION is available now!!
Jake Lukin has an incredible power he's been hiding his whole life...but one (big) mess-up later, and the U.S. government knows all about it. Suddenly he's juggling high school, tennis tryouts, flirting with Rachel Watkins, and work as a government asset, complete with 24-hour bodyguards. When his family is threatened, Jake has to make a terrible choice. TUNNEL VISION is a young adult sff thriller with psychic spies, graveyard chases, Call of Duty, Buffy and Veronica Mars references, and a stubborn little sister you'll wish you had, even if you are an 18-year-old boy.